Protective Equipment & Supplies for Emergency Services in the UK
We are extremely proud to say that we have designed and manufactured safety products for every Fire and Rescue Service in Great Britain and Ireland, including Airport Fire Services since 1827.
New: Speedings IllumiCare Bag
The new IllumiCare bag sure adds another dimension to making Trauma Care bags stand out, with its unique illumination which can be set to static or flashing, definitely will glow at any accident scene.
The bag was designed and manufactured by
Speeding’s in Sunderland after partnering with
Scilif to bring their innovative illuminating active
technology ‘SUNFIBRE’ to the UK Fire market.
This is first product we are introducing with tabards and surcoats following very soon, we believe this could be added into many other products.
Bespoke & Custom Orders
We can satisfy any requests, requirements or custom orders that you may have.
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Family run, customer focused.
Speedings Ltd was established in 1827 on the banks of the River Wear in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, which makes the company the oldest manufacturing business in the City of Sunderland – a fact of which we are immensely proud.
Speedings currently employ thirty five people which include twenty specialist ‘traditional’ sewing machinists. Our production process sees our sewing machinists making a product from start to finish – this system of manufacture creates a more rewarding sense of achievement for the machinist. It is certainly an advantage once you start to consider the quality aspect, as items can be directly related to a single person
The new IllumiCare bag sure adds another dimension to making Trauma Care bags stand out, with its unique illumination which can be set to
Back in 1985 when manager Len Ashurst (right) and Speeding’s director Joe Hammal were pictured with a new flag which was made just a few
How Speedings is helping emergency services during this time? When Coronavirus hit the UK we decided to help the national emergency by making gowns for